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, at the end of his speech, barack obama brought the sun back. [applause] >> i didn't realize. that's awesome. >> by the way, that killed. >> i guess you should probably go now. >> yeah, yeah, the traffic. >> yes, thank you. aasif mandvi live from invesco field. [cheers and applause] >> now, obviously we'll have full coverage of obama's speech tomorrow. we want to digest it a little bit. it will be a special friday edition of the show. last night's convention proceedings offered a vivid demonstration of just how empowered the democratic party is in 2008. a moving national anthem sung by a sioux indian meatloaf impersonator gave way to a delegate roll call gavel call to order. it's the pink-suited lady almost conominee who called for the nomination of a black/white/hawaiian, or as it is known in democratic circles, wednesday. don't get nervous, america. they know what they're doing. there were plenty of white dudes to go around last night as well. it's not like the democrats are just a bunch of lesbians sitting around singing "give peace a chance." >> ♪ give peace a chance [laughter] >> ever
across america, i am proud tonight to support the reelection of president barack obama. [applause] two years ago, when paul ryan took over theeohner house of representatives, they promised they would create jobs. instead, on day one, they came after women's health and they have not let up since. first, they voted to end cancer screenings for 5 million women. they voted to end funding for birth control with planned parenthood, and, for good measure, they even tried to redefine rates. -- rape. audience: boo! >> mitt romney is planning to get rid of planned parenthood and overturn roe vs. wade. we will not let him. [applause] this past year, women learned that when we are at not at the table, we are on the menu. this november, women are organizing, mobilizing, and we are voting for the leaders to fight for us. -- who fight for us. when planned parenthood was founded, birth control was illegal. as a result, few women have the opportunity to finish school and will not expected to live much past the age of 50. times have changed. today, we are mothers, and we are teachers and scientists, and
barack obama atrás la novedad del primer presidente afroamericano . >> ahora obama con nueva realidad y convence que pesar de los problemas económico . >> su nuevo lema adelante for . >> comenzamos . >> [música] . >> llego al poder con agenda en una de las peores crisis, pero el presidente barack obama busca la reelección pero cuanto cumplip? . >> dedujo impuesto permitio que los homosexual estén en el ejercito y rescato la industira automotriz . >> la pprisión e guantanamo sigue abierta . >> estamos mejor que hace 4 años? los demócratas dicen que si . >> estamos mejor que hace 4 años estaba la nación casi en desastre . >> podríamos estar mejor si los republicanos no bloquearn las iniciativas . >> el problema no es la política del presidente barack obama sino que se aprobó y fracaso . >> un grupo que analizo encontró que el presidente cumple promesas . >> por otro lado obama esta en 22 % con comprimiso y el 10% se quedo estancado . >> el ex presidente clinton dijo que teniendo en cuenta a los republicanos mucho se logro . >> el presidente barack obama con economía débil
estamos v vivo aquÍ el presidente barack obama dice que se harÁ una completa skre investigaciÓn que se llevarÁ a responsable antes la justicia, vÍcti vÍctima enfrentaba por el crimen organizado. >>> liviana y revÉs, veloz el nuevo modelo de apple que pronto estarÁ a la venta, na ediciÓn nocturna de noticiero telemundo comienza ya. >>> noticiero telemundo con joÉe dÍaz-balart. >>> hola ¿quÉ tal? muy buenas tardes, en directo desde las vegas ustedes pueden ver a mis espalda presidente barack obama estÁ en medio de uno discurso con una reuniÓn polÍtica aqui en las vegas nevadas hay como 1500 personas para escuchar al presidente, pero hace sÓlo minutos hablÉ para la televisiÓn hispana de estados unidos con el presidente me hablÓ sobre el ataque a consulado en libia donde perdiÓ la vida el embajador de estados unidos tambiÉn hablamos sobre egipto aquÍ estÁ parte de esta son versiÓn exclusiva. >>> bueno mire, los estados unidos no podemos darnos el lujo de tito rarrito rarns del mundo la naciÓn indispensables paÍses esperan la incluso a veces encontramos protestas es
kind of country do you want four years from now? he basically did barack obama's dirty work, paving the way for barack obama to come out here and speak again with some substance, but with some vision and hope for the future. he cannot be talking about what he inherited any more appeared he cannot be overly and obviously-on romney unless u.s. to turn off the middle-of-the- road voters. -- unless he wants to turn off the middle-of-the-road voters. >> you pointed out that you covered bill clinton for seven years as governor. here's a man who certainly loves politics and loves to be the center of attention what you think he was thinking last night? >> he was eating it up. he was loving it appeared he was also doing his job as the leader of the party and as a low yield soldier for barack obama. -- a loyal soldier for barack obama. >> i want to ask you about this venue. it is raining outside. a lot of the discussion as to why dnc move from bank of america station to keep the file might hear inside time warner. they say that it is trying to fill a stadium of 7000. >> the reason they moved
. temas candentes kraep controversia las de las de presidente barack obama sobre la relaciÓn de washington con tensiÓn, aumentan protestas y ataques, encontrasedecidÍ momento ticas en estados unidos, por una pelÍcula. >>> golpe de suerte en mÉxico el gobierno de el presidente de mÉxico, felipe calderÓn, se anota un triunfo al capturar han narco mÁs buscado. >>> bebidas pequeÑas si quieren tomar una bebida con azÚcar mÁs grandes, new york no serÁ el lugar, noticiero telemundo comienza ya. >>> noticiero telemundo con joÉe dÍaz va lartd, lart desde washington. >>> hoy les saludo desde la capital de estados unidos, pero anoche tuve la oportunidad de ser recibido obama en las vegas nevadas y hoy las reacciones a sus declaraciones no se hicieron esperar, incluso hoy mismo la casa blanca aclarÓ que lo que dijo el presidente que estados unidos no considera a egipto un aliado, pero tampoco enemigo, no es lo que el presidente querÍa decir, dijo que aliado es la palabra legalmente correcta porque washington no tiene un otra tato de defensa bill lateral con egipto dz presiden
noticias, el presidente barack obama recorre louisiana para conocer los daños del huracán isaac. >>> asesinan a gisela blanco que importaba más de 3 toneladas de cocaína a estados unidos en l'a década de los 80s. >>> y dan los últimos toques a la convención nacional demócrata que arranca en unas horas en charlotte carolina del norte, comenzamos >>> este es su noticiero univisión edición nocturna con ilia calderón y enrique acevedo ♪. y desde charlotte, maría elena salinas ♪. >>> qué tal, ilia tiene la noche libre, a unas horas que inicie la convención nacional demócrata en charlotte , carolina del norte, el presidente barack obama viajó a louisiana, donde se reunió con trabajadores de emergencia y ofreció ayuda para la reparación de la región tenemos los detalles. >>> el presidente barack obama llegó a louisiana para ver los daños causados por isaac y para mostrarle a los residentes que tiene la situación de recuperación bajo control. >>> estamos aquí para ayudar, dijo el presidente a su llegada, visitó el distrito bautista de saint young, una de las
este momento va presidente barack obama para un acto de campaÑa, quiten dre tendrÉ la posibilida entrevistarlo esta noche para la televisiÓn hispana, pero vamos a comenzar con el ataque a consulado de libia donde perdiÓ la vida el embajador de estados unidos y otros 3 funcionarios washington condenÓ el ataque justo cuando se celebraba el aniversario nÚmero 11 de 11 septiembre, vamos con mÁs detalles desde washington el consulado de estados unidos en libia fue in el centro da (hablan inglÉincendiado y los guardias no pudieron, muriÓ el embajador de estados unidos en el paÍs y otros 3 estadounidense, presidente barack obama condenÓ la violencia no se equivoquen, no vamos a descansar hasta que se haga justicia, declarÓ presidente barack obama quiÉn ordenÓ (...) a la medidas de seguridad en las instalaciones diplomÁticas alrededor del mundo. >>> creo que no hay duda que las fuerza de inteligencia y justicia de estados unidos van a perseguir a los que cometieron el acto en si. >>> egipto un grupo de personas escalaron las parejas de la embajada de estados unidos en el cai
-- immigration reform, and for those of us that followed that, barack obama voted for poison-pill amendments the coalition did not support, that john mccain/kennedy did not support, yet when it came to the election, john mccain did horrible with latino voters and felt abandoned by the group he felt he had been fighting for, and probably one of the most negative eds their opinion 2008 was a spanish language and then try to link john mccain to the use of rush limbaugh, not even fairly taken -- taking the views of rush limbaugh into context, and he hates the john mccain, but he abandoned immigration reform after the election, and frankly, just talking about the principles, how could you blame him? >> i would say his party abandoned him. we saw in the primaries leading up to the nomination, you had rudy guiliani trying to outdo each other in terms of extreme rhetoric that was anti-locking all. it was a weight that he could not overcome as he was headed into the nomination and he realized he could not fulfil the positions he had taken early on and had no choice. i think this is a reflection of th
>> author david maraniss and his book, barack obama, the story. .. to discuss his latest book barack obama the story and then take your calls, e-mails and tweets. >> david maraniss you write in barack obama the story that no life could have been more the product of randomness than that of barack obama. >> guest: it's the whole world coming together accidentally in honolulu, hawaii in 1950. a father that happens to become ill from kenya because he rads a story that describes the university of hawaii as a great place because its diversity, and a mother that has a father with a wanderlust that is never satisfied the and he ends up selling furniture than the meat in the russian class and here comes barack obama who emerges as a whole global treen amex systems until he becomes president of the united states. >> host: >> guest: in butler county is where obama's mother grew up and natalie and the rest of the store in topeka which is the state capital because he lived there for a short time. his father, the president's great grandfather was an auto repair man and a great-grandmother w
the history books with a speech by president barack obama. a stirring speech for the people here in the hall. he launched a vigorous defense of his record, several negative attacks against mitt romney and he offered the delegates a and democrats a little bit of that old-time obama religion of hope. all in all, the people who were in this hall, received this speech. they were electrified by it. they were explosive at times. you could hear them yearning for his success. the real question is, how does this play outside the hall, in the country with you? because the president has significant challenges ahead of him. ♪ they still love him. barack obama may be struggling in the polls and fighting for his political life, but tonight among the democrats gathered here, any doubts or disappointment seemed to disappear. >> madam chairwoman, delegates, i accept your nomination for president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: still, you couldn't help but think what a difference four years have made. he's so much grayer now, the toll the presidency takes, that youthful aura that
reparación de la región tenemos los detalles. >>> el presidente barack obama llegó a louisiana para ver los daños causados por isaac y para mostrarle a los residentes que tiene la situación de recuperación bajo control. >>> estamos aquí para ayudar, dijo el presidente a su llegada, visitó el distrito bautista de saint young, una de las zonas más azotadas >>> quiero agradecer a fema y a las autoridades estatales y locales, porque en el pasado no vimos esta clase de coordinac . >> esto en clara referencia a las críticas que se le hicieron en el pasado al ex presidente george bush, después que el huracán katrina golpeara esa región hace 7 años. >>> en esta oportunidad declaramos el estado de emergencia rápidamente y pedimos ayuda individual para los residentes de la región. >>> el presidente barack obama dice que quiere apoyar a los residentes que están en refugios para que vuelvsan a sus viviendas lo antes posible. >>> esot para que las personas puedan tener los recursos necesario para reconstruir y enviar a sus hijos a la escuela. >>> las autoridades del estado esperan que la a
also did a good job in selling the new theme. the new theme is not barack obama, european socialists. the new theme is disappointment. we were all happy four years ago with his message of hope and change, but there is no hope. there was no change. now we have to move on. you know, whether they believe it in their heart, it is a good theme. >> it is better than mitch mcconnell almost right out of the box after the election saying our job is to defeat this guy. i think that they did well. it is a new introduction. this is the moment people will finally start to tune in. labor day weekend, it is the convention. this is the real deal for the next two months, and i think that they looked -- they did not do anything wacko. all the french stuff was completely suppressed. >> except for clint eastwood. >> accept or clint eastwood. -- except for clint eastwood. they had a little problem with factual things, but other than that, they did well. >> i think romney succeeded in convincing the convention that he was one of them. that was the first thing he had to do. he did present to the american p
stage at the democratic national convention throwing his mettle and star power on barack obama who joined him on stage after a rousing speech. >>> big spenders. lavish parties. star-studded private concerts. not just speeches at the conventions. we investigate the high-rolling world of partying politicians, the rich donors, what all that cash can buy you. >>> plus, the report card. the good, the bad, everything in between here at the convention. one guy who knows how to play the game and who's coming out on top. >> from the global resources of abc news, with cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city and terry moran in charlotte, new york city, this is a special edition of "nightline." "your voice, your vote." the democratic national convention. >>> good evening. i'm terry moran. and a momentous night here at the democratic national convention in charlotte, north carolina, where just a short time ago, bill clinton had this crowd eating out of his hands. it was a speech, a stem-winder that culminated in the remarkable moment when president barack obama joined him onstage, break
. this is not the barack obama that you know -- he wasn't the barack obama of denver, and it certainly wasn't the barack obama of boston. >> was he going through the motions? did you feel that way? >> i think what's happened he's been on that road for a year saying the same things over and over again, and it just didn't seem fresh or exciting or gripping. >> ah, those republicans will never be pleased. [ laughter ] >> the imperative was that barack obama is all about rhetoric, no substance. i think the speech was more workmanlike than soaring rhetoric. i think it was sober. i think it was down to earth. i think it was totally appropriate. and he's building on the policies that he's put in place. i think his speech was probably informed by knowledge of the weak job numbers that were going to come out. i thought he made his case that americans need to be patient, that he, nor bill clinton, nor george washington or abe lincoln or any of the other luminaries who occupied that office could have repaired this economy in the time that he had. i think that he's made that case, and he and all the other speakers
segunda nota . >> hace solo momentos aplausos cuándo el presidente barack obama aperecio en el escenario tras el discurso del ex presidente clinton . >> respecto a la ley de arizona . >> vamos estudios en miami . >> así es buenas noches . >> para todos . >> la jueza en pantalla echo por tierra la probabilidad de bloquear partido de la ley para pedir pruebas . >> hay dudas y toma por sorpresa a grupos . >> estamos siguiendo la noticia . >> los inmigrantes asustados después de conocer la decisión que permite a las autoridades locales de ese estado preguntar por el estado de inmigración bajo la sospecha de ser indocumentado . >> les aconsejan en arizona que no entren en pánico porque la ley no es implementada y tienen derechnos . >> queremos que los indocumentados sepan que tienen derechos y pueden guardar silencio . >> para identificar pueden portar su pasaporte para dar la identifiacion que están aquí . >> presento la demanda contra la se4ccion de la ley y pide a la jueza bloquear. >> estamos decepcionados esta decisión llevara a discriminación por perfil racial . >> la jueza arg
. what does this line up tonight say to you what the democrats, what barack obama wants to accomplish. >> michelle obama isç obviously the mostç interesting one. just as romney needed to be, still president obama needs to be humanized a little. he's a bit ensue her. motivation behind healthcare and the turmoil to do a lot of things; even though the overall rates is high and has been phenomenally favorable, the favorable or unfavorable rated has shifted quite significantly. an abc pofl has obama's unfavorability among women going up by 11 poifnts while romney's favorability was going up by seven. it shifted in a republican direction even if the overall number is not. >> ifill: which are the faces we're going to see on the stain tonight. >> that's right gwen. michelle obama is most important. the two most popular figures in the democratic party are michelle obama and bill clinton. it's no cept the surprise one id tonight and one is tomorrow night. i think it's important to communicate. it's been an advantage the president has and it's had over governor romney throughout this campai
. barack obama loses. people know what barack obama has to sell. and they know that he didn't deliver what he said he would deliver and i think that's a big problem for him. but independents don' generally break toward the incumbent. they know what barack obama promised, they know what he delivered. they know that the economy is in the ditch. so i like where we're at. >> what is mitt romney have to do? we've talked about biographies, he's got to reveal more about himself. and that's been said a lot and i think it's crucially important. there's also as you said, independent voters, undecided voters, softly committed voters who feel that washington doesn't work and they're right about that and nothing will change. what does mitt romney have to say to folks who are going to be watching him about how he actually gets things done. how he, not only does he have a vision for the country. how he has a road map in washington to get it done under these circumstances. >> i think the mitt romney story is a story of a guy who lives his life on metrics, setting goals and meeting goaltends. the president
between bill clinton and barack obama. the relationship between hillary clinton and barack obama took a toll up and down. >> a lot of tough feelings on the obama side, a lot of tough feelings on the clinton side. i think hillary clinton and barack obama buried the hatchet a long time before bill clinton and barack obama did. that was a hard-fought race. and this is still quite a psycho drama between the two men. politics, politicos and reporters picking over every sign of any sort of a crack in their solid relationship, that they'd like to portray. but right tonight, we're expecting a very strong endorsement for barack obama and his economic principles from the former president bill clinton. >> let's head across the arena now, jake, to jon karl. jon, look around, tell us about the delegates around you. and tell us what you think the most important thing bill clinton has to do tonight for them. >> well, i'll tell you i've been talking to a lot of the delegates around here. and one the things i've heard over and over again is about that primary four years ago. it's ancient history. it's
barack obama. >> announcer: so what will he say tonight? and how much will it help him? this is the democratic national convention. it's "your voice your vote." now reporting live from the time warnerable arena in charlotte, north carolina, diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >>> and good evening, to you all, once again from charlotte, north carolina. the democratic national convention in high gear as you can hear and tonight the main event. one of the most formidable competitors in modern politics. former president bill clinton will enter the arena right across that stage and try to give his patented rocket fuel. >> and president obama will be watching from this arena tonight. likely to come out on stage. what a journey for these two men. they come from different generations, different political worlds. they have built it up step-by-step. he's starring now in campaign ads. and diane, one of the building blocks is when president obama wanted to make hillary clinton secretary of state, bill clinton became the chief persuader. >> they've been good friends for a long t
of the new york times and david march inis of the washington post. >> when barack obama became president, we 'might see that mellow michigan rhode island hawaiian quality. we've seen some of that for sheumplet he turned out to be the super competitive perfectist. the story wrote came out of years of hearing the stories the president grading everything, grading people. always wanting to be the best, even at small pursuits like bowling. there's a lot of advantage to this, the fact he worked so hard at everything that he wants to be the best is an admirable quality. that's part of what gave him the confidence to run for the president sivment yet there can also be a down side. >> he spent 10 years of his early life trying to figure himself out. all of the contradictions the world through at him. from the time he left hawaii at the age of 18 until the time he went to harvard law school at 28. very introspective. that period he did figure himself gave him the satisfied to get to the white house. >> charlie:when we continue this evening the two political parties with e.j. dionne and dan balz of the
. >> you are classmates, you attended harvard law school tomorrow. was that the same barack obama your member from harvard law? >> it was. barack obama is a strong leader, he is intelligent, he says what he means and means what he says. he wants diplomacy and was as a rock -- war as a last resort and peace in our time. he was the same guy as i and harvard. >> you remember him well? >> he did not talk all the time when he did, you could hear a pin drop because everyone wanted to hear what he had to say and what he said was very small -- very smart and well intentioned. >> thank you for being with us. >> if you go to our convention hub, you can find all the speeches, easily clippable and shareable. you can make easy clips and share them with your friends. we will have an aggregation of twitter comments and it is a place to see and share with you have heard tonight and also we have a similar page for the republican convention. an opportunity to spread the message. john dulles has a tweet. we have one clip from his acceptance speech we will show you at the end. >> thank you very much, ever
for change has come. [captioning made possible by nbc universal] chris: barack obama gets propelled out of charlotte. how does it look from here to the first the bait? the two candidates start the final stretch head-to-head with only a slight edge to obama. but it's important according to gallup poll, the one leading at this point usually wins. what's best for hillary? if she hopes to become president, is she better off if the barack obama wins or loses? if she sees the economy taking off, she wants barack obama for another term. if she sees a weak economy ahead, she wants romney to win. trish rebegan with us, a.p.a.j. hunt and politico's john harris. the president didn't say how his sec term would be different. opting instet to rouse the troops. >> our friends down in tampa at the republican convention were more than happy to talk about everything they think is wrong with america. all they had to offer is the same precipitations they've had for the last -- presippingses they've had for the last 0 -- prescriptions they've had for the last 30 years. deficit too high? tax cut. feel a cold
for women voters. [♪] barack obama and the democrats believe women will be the deciding factor in the presidential election. so they are working hard to drive them to the polls. >> and if you share that faith with me, if you share that hope with me, i ask you tonight for your vote. >> at their convention, democrats put women front, center and really everywhere. there were tributes to women senators and women house members. one woman after another took to the stage to make the case for reelecting president obama. >> we are far better off with barack obama than we were with george w. bush. that is why the republicans said gotcha. are you better off? absolutely. >> when you look at our convention, you see america represented. you see the diversity. you see the role of women all of us members of congress, women members on that stage, sent a big message across this nation that the democratic party embraces women. that they are willing and have always legislated on our behalf. >> i think that the ditc ditch differences are deep and strong and they are oceans apart. president obama ga
univisión mitt romney y el presidente barack obama mostraron el contarste en sus candidaturas. >>> comienza intenso patrullaje militar en neza, sus residentes dicen que viven aterrados. >>>ccon miedo también están los jornaleros en arizona y llega a los Ángeles el transbordador espacial endeavour después de sobrevolar california, el transbordador espacial va de camino a su último destino, un museo comenzamos ♪. >>> este es su noticiero univisión con jorge ramos y maría elena salinas >>> hola, ¿qué tal amigos?, muy buenas tardes, jorge ramos tiene el día libre los encuentros con los candidatos mitt romney y el presidente barack obama hicieron historia y fueron noticia internacional, pero los si los candidatos lograron persuadir a los candidatos indecisos aún está por resolverse. >>> no fueron debates los dos candidatos no aparecieron juntso en el mismo escenario, pero el gobernador mitt romney y el presidente barack obama hablaron con univisión. >>> creo que una de las razones por la cual el presidente barack obama recibe tanto apoyo de la población hispana es que dijo que ib
think we are going to see a dramatically different rock obama -- barack obama if he wins, and specifically with regard to campaign finance reform. now he has said, and i got to play by the rules, because i cannot lose, but when i get in, i am going to fix this campaign finance issue, so what are your thoughts? >> i think my answer is the same, and that is that i do not know. now i do not think anyone knows. it is the obvious race between obama and romney, but it is the issue of campaigning, and we do not know who is going to end up in the white house if he wins reelection. there are differences between the two. obama campaigned as a leader, but he governs as a timid leader. you cannot be a transformational leader and not ruffle many feathers, and he understands that, and we have wasted a lot of pressures term, and if we go back to the original stimulus bill, if it had been better crafted, better targeted, larger, we would have perhaps not had ongoing erosion in terms of jobs that we have seen, so time matters comi-con when it comes to us it -- time matters when it comes t
in a right of center economic approach and leave us alone on social issues. they're closer to barack obama on social and closer to mitt romney on economic issues. so they' torn. >> there's a difference betweend actually said, i don't care. i will follow this on election da that's it. the problem is neither candidate is speaking to them in the way they want to be spoken to or talking to them, the words that they want to hear. >> charlie:march inas balances and tee i don't know and frank when we continue. >> funding provided by the following. >> charlie:additionalg provid bythat funders: >> charli captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. the special edition of charlie rose. >> this evening we continue our coverage of the democratic national convention from charlotte, north carolina. day one of the convention kicked off speeches from the first lady and new york mare corey booker. an you'llian castro. president obama spent the day campaigning in norfolk virginia. he will address the delegates thursday evening. two reporters have writt
country forward, my husband, our president, barack obama. ( cheers and applause ) thank you. god bless you. god bless america. >> first lady of the united states, the most popular women in the country. more popular than her husband. certainly more popular than anybody else in this room right now, judy. >> woodruff: i think by far, gwen, the woman who knows the president of the united states better than anyone in 22-23-minute speech, it was a blend of the personal, the biographical, the political, the inspirational, and a call to arms. making almost a plea at the end there to people to recognize that they need to go out and work to get her husband elected for this country to move ahead and do what it can do and be what it can be. >> she is more in love with her house now than four years ago and probably hoping everybody in this room and outside this room was more in love as well. >> you're right. i think it was a genius speech, true genius. it was sophisticate sophisticate without ever once mentioning mitt romney's name, she drew a stark, graphic, dramatic contrast between the two lives. sh
't sleep care. but jerusalem and god are big. and barack obama -- and i believe. this i believe that he called these guys up and said you better stop this right now. i have got to take a break because we're working on some speeches. we're going to hold morris over. there are some speeches coming up. we hope you stick around because we have got a really good factor this evening. we'll be right back. we're sitting on a bunch of shale gas. there's natural gas under my town. it's a game changer. ♪ it means cleaner, cheaper american-made energy. but we've got to be careful how we get it. design the wells to be safe. thousands of jobs. use the most advanced technology to protect our water. billions in the economy. at chevron, if we can't do it right, we won't do it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ wesfx: sounds of marching band lonand crowd cheering we've got to think long term. sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering so, i'm walking down the street, sfx: sounds of marching band and crowd cheering just you know walking, sfx: sounds of marching
. the word is and some of our reporters have mentioned it to me that barack obama himself said you better get god and jerusalem back into that platted form. >> but there is something very serious by the media covering. this three changes they made to the platform. one is israel. jerusalem, which they put back in then this language was deleted and not put back in the united states and its quartet partners major powers should continue to isolate hamas until it renounces terrorism, recognizes israel's right to exist and abides by past agreements. the other provision that was taken out but not put back in is the creation of at palestinian state together with an international compensation mechanism should resolve the issue of palestinian refugees by allowing them to settle there rather than in israel. the right of return is the key demand of the palestinians that the israelis don't want. they don't want a million flooding in. >> bill: i don't know why they wouldn't put the hamas thing back. >> definition of hamas. well, because, hillary just wrote a billion-dollar check to hamas. in foreign aid. a
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